Pro-Ag Farmers Cooperative is a locally owned and controlled business.  Our purpose is to provide farm and rural customers with quality products, marketing, and friendly service at competitive prices that will enhance producer profitability and keep Pro-Ag Farmers' Cooperative financially strong and growing.


Brandon has updated their phones so please note the NEW NUMBERS:

Brandon Agronomy (320) 391-0600

Brandon Grain - (320) 391-0610

Garfield has updated their phones and their number is :

(320) 391-0620


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Free Price Later on Soybeans & Wheat, Starting on new Deliveries  1-22-24, Grain storage will start on Aug 1st, 2024 if grain is not priced. Thanks!

Rye cash price is  $ 6.50

Parkers Prairie  is unable to receive spring wheat until after fall harvest. 9-14-23

Pro-Ag will not buy grain after 1:15  going forward 12-6-23



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Bids are subject to change



Market Snapshot
Quotes are delayed, as of April 15, 2024, 02:22:29 PM CDT or prior.

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Local Weather

Ag Market Commentary

Corn Heading Lower on Monday
Corn futures are showing midday weakness on Monday, as the board is down 3 to 4 cents across most front months. May is down 4 cents, with new crop December 3 ¼ cents in the red. USDA reported a private export sale of 165,000 MT if corn to Mexico this...
Hogs Mixed on Monday
Lean hogs are showing a slight bounce in the nearbys on Monday, with May up 15 cents and June up 22. Other contracts are down 55 cents to $1.10. USDA’s National Average Base Hog negotiated price not updated this morning due to light volume. The CME Lean Hog Index was...
Cattle Shoot Higher on Monday
Live cattle are recovering from last Friday’s drop, as contracts are up $1.60 to $2.85 on Monday so far. Cash trade last week was reported @ $182 in the South, a $2 drop on the week, with Northern action also weaker at $293-295 in the beef (down $2-3) and $184-185...
Beans Falling at Midday
Midday action in the bean market has prices holding the morning losses, with contracts down 9to 14 ½ cents across most contracts. May is leading the charge lower, with 14 ½ cent losses, with November down 10 ½. Soymeal futures are back down $6.90 in the May. Soy Oil is...
Wheat Weaker to Start Week
The wheat complex is trading with losses at midday. Kansas City is leading the way, with losses of 8 to 9 cents. Chicago contracts are 4 to 6 ¼ cents in the red at midday. MPLS is slipping another 4 to 6 cents lower on the session. The FGIS Export...
Cotton Rallying to Begin the Week
Cotton futures are recovering from last week’s continued drop, as contract are up 43 to 98 points on the day so far. That is in spite of crude oil down $1.12 and a slightly stronger US dollar index. Friday afternoon’s Commitment of Traders report showed spec fund longs with a...


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